Curricular Mapping of GE programme

GE courses should be designed to achieve the Programme Intended Learning Outcomes (PILOs) with different levels of depth and breadth. Every GE course should significantly address PILO 1 and PILO 10. Each area must also address those outcomes that have been specified as “Required” in the curricular mapping of GE programme approved by the City University’s Senate (see the table below). Each distributional area should satisfy at least one of the stated outcomes from PILOs 5 to 9.

Programme Learning Outcomes (PILOs) Distributional Requirements
University Requirements

Arts & Humanities Study of Societies, Social and Business Organisations Science &
English Chinese Civilisation – History and Philosophy
1. Demonstrate the capacity for self-directed learning R R R R R
2. Explain the basic methodologies and techniques of inquiry of the arts and humanities, social sciences, business, and science and technology R R R O
3. Demonstrate critical thinking skills R R R
4. Interpret information and numerical data O R R
5. Produce structured, well-organised, and fluent text Every course in the distributional areas is required to achieve at least one of these outcomes. R O
6. Demonstrate effective oral communication skills R R
7. Demonstrate an ability to work effectively in a team R R
8. Recognise important characteristics of their own culture(s) and at least one other culture, and their impact on global issues O R
9. Value ethical and socially responsible actions O R
10. Demonstrate the attitude and/or ability to accomplish discovery and/or innovation R R R R R
R -: Required
O -: Optional